Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Through the Looking Glass found this great piece of construction graffiti, where the artist threw a pair of horns on a very popular construction sign in Hong Kong.
While we're in Hong Kong, I spotted this great bit of Engrish on a recent layover there.
"A shop or restaurant where pizzas are made and sold is called a 'pizzeria'
The phrase 'pizza parlor' is also used in the United States."
It's hilarious that all their advertising copy came straight out of a Berlitz language program, but to be perfectly honest, they absolutely nailed it with the Italian food.